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2016 NFL Combine Schedule: Saturday features QB, WR, and TE workouts

The second day of on-field drills featuring offensive players is underway, while the defensive backs visit the media room on the final day of player interviews.

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Today marks the final day of player interviews at the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine. The secondary will be featured in the media room, as cornerbacks and safeties will take some time out of their measurements and medical exams to speak with reporters at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Joining them will likely be a few stragglers from the front seven, as a handful of linemen and linebackers will probably file through the room as well.

On the field, however, today is one of the more exciting days of drills and workouts. The quarterbacks, tight ends, and wide receivers are up, which will give Green Bay Packers fans the first look at the pass-catchers in this year's draft class. Hunter Henry of Arkansas leads the tight end group, while Corey Coleman, Josh Doctson, and Michael Thomas are around the top of the wide receiver class.

Tune in to NFL Network for coverage of all of the drills and workouts during the day. Also be sure to stay tuned to this page for updates from interviews and the media room, and we will post results of the on-field workouts when they are complete as well.

Acme Packing Company

In addition to APC's tweets below, make sure you're following APC on all the major social media platforms to get the inside scoop on the Combine. We can be found at @acmepackingco on Instagram as well.

SB Nation

Tex will have some more general news at @TexWestern the more general news and reports from the Combine. Joining Tex in representing the SB Nation network this week are 3k from Turf Show Times, Danny Kelly from Field Gulls and SB Nation's NFL coverage, and Alexis Chassen from Land-Grant Holy Land and SB Nation NFL.

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